WAKE UP, Canada!




EMPLOYMENT EQUITY (Affirmative Action in the U.S.) was introduced to Canada in 1986 on the recommendation of a report chaired by Rosalie Abella, at that time a (province of Ontario) judge.

Visible Minorities of Canada Visible Minorities of Canada (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

She is currently a member of Canada’s Supreme Court.

Her report resulted in Employment Equity laws to promote Preferential Hiring in Canada’s public sector.

That campaign has since been followed by a similar campaign in Canada’s private sector. As a result of her work, probably hundreds of thousands of visible-minorities (NON-white foreigners) have been granted PREFERENCE in hiring practises.

(“Preferential Hiring” is code-speak for ANTI-WHITE hiring practices Editor)

In a reply to Abella in 1998, Canadian academic Dr. Martin Loney published “The Pursuit of Division : Race, Gender and Preferential Hiring in Canada”. 

The main point that Martin…

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